Capturing realistic midi

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Capturing realistic midi

Post by StuartBenbow » Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:18 pm

I’m a relative newbie when it comes to midi. I’ve used it, but never really sunk my teeth into the various techniques available to make a recording sound like an authentic performance.

To that end, I’ve been pouring over books, the forums, videos etc to bring my knowledge base up when I’m away from the studio, and bring the notes back to play with new ideas later.

I found this cool 2-part video this afternoon that I thought might be worthwhile to other members looking to expand their skills:

https://youtu.be/ThBkusTiMUM

For those with more knowledge, any alternate approaches that you find particularly useful? I’m all ears. :)

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Re: Capturing realistic midi

Post by thegajman » Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:24 pm

Thanks for posting that Stuart. There were some technical parts that made my head hurt :shock: , but definitely some really useful tips in there for sure!

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Re: Capturing realistic midi

Post by StuartBenbow » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:18 pm

Lol, me too.

I’m going to need some sit down time to figure out the how, and where since I’m not using the same software or hardware.

It definitely made a difference in the sound realism in the samples though. Should be fun to play. :)

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